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الإنجليزية - التركية
sonu olan

Aşk sonlu bir kaynak değildir. - Love is not a finite resource.

Bir dilin sahip olduğu kelimelerin sayısı sonludur, ama cümlelerin sayısı sonsuzdur, ki o oldukça ilginçtir. Sayısız cümle yapabilirsiniz. - The number of words that a language has is finite but the number of sentences is infinite, which is quite interesting. You can make countless numbers of sentences.


Sınırlı bir gezegende sınırsız bir büyüme olamaz. - We cannot have infinite growth on a finite planet.

İnsanın bilgisi sınırlıdır. - Man's knowledge is finite.

{s} mat. sonlu
{s} sayı veya şahıs gösteren [dilb.]
finiteness fanilik
{s} ölçülebilir
finite verb mastar ve sıfat fiillerin aksine olarak fiilin belirli şahıs ve sayı gösteren şekli
finitely sınırlı olarak
sayı veya şahıs gösteren
{s} sınırlı

Biletlerin sayısı sınırlıydı. - The number of tickets was limited.

Bu sınırlı ekspres Sendai'ye gider. - This limited express is bound for Sendai.

finite verb
(Dilbilim) çekimli eylem
finite verb
(Dilbilim) çekimli fiil
finite set
sonlu küme
finite element
Sonlu eleman
finite element method
(Mühendislik) sonlu elemanlar metodu
finite field
sınırlı alan
finite slope
Sonlu sev
finite volume
(Mühendislik) Sonlu hacim
finite amplitude wave theory
(Askeri) sonlu genlikli dalga teorisi
finite amplitude waves
(Askeri) sonlu genlikli dalgalar
finite arithmetic
sonlu aritmetik
finite decimal number
(Matematik) sonlu ondalık sayı
finite difference approximation
sonlu farklar yaklasimi
finite difference equation
(Matematik,Teknik) sonlu kalanlar denklemi
finite difference equation
sonlu kalanlar eşitliği
finite difference equation
(Askeri,Matematik) sonlu farklar denklemi
finite difference method
(Nükleer Bilimler) sonlu fark yöntemi
finite dimension
(Matematik) sonlu boyut
finite dimensional space
(Matematik) sonlu boyutlu uzay
finite discontinuity
sınırlı süreksizlik
finite extension field
(Matematik) sonlu genişleme cismi
finite fields 
(Matematik) sonlu alanlar 
finite function
(Matematik) sonlu fonksiyon
finite function
(Matematik) sonlu işlev
finite game
sonlu oyun
finite group
(Matematik) sonlu öbek
finite group
(Matematik) sonlu grup
finite groups
sonlu gruplar
finite impulse response
(FİR) sonlu durtu yaniti
finite induction
(Matematik) sonlu tümevarım
finite intersection property
(Matematik) sonlu kesişim özelliği
finite loading
sonlu yükleme
finite machine
sonlu makina
finite partial sum
(Matematik) sonlu tikel toplam
finite partial sum
(Matematik) sonlu kısmi toplam
finite population
sonlu evren (istat.)
finite sequence
(Matematik) sonlu dizi
finite set
sonlu kume
finite simple groups
sonlu basit gruplar
finite space
(Astronomi) sonlu uzay
finite state grammar
(Dilbilim) sonlu dilbilgisi
finite verb
dilb. çekimli fiil
finite volume method
(Askeri) sonlu hacim yöntemi
sınırlı olarak
sınırlı sorumlu (şirket)
(Kanun) tahdit edilmiş
(şirket) limited
{f} sınırlandır
locally finite family
yerel sonlu aile
beyond finite
sonlu ötesi
{f} sinirlandir
olmayan sonlu
limited partnership komandit şirket

Özgürlüklerimiz sınırlanıyor. - Our freedoms are being limited.

Şu çocuklar sözlü becerilerini sınırladı. - Those children have limited verbal skills.

limited edition mahdut baskı
{s} kıt
{f} sınırlandır: adj.sınırlı
sınırlı sorumlu
{s} İng. limitet, sınırlı sorumlu (şirket)
ekspres İng
non finite
(Dilbilim) çekimsiz sözcük
problem of finite differences
sonlu farklar problemi
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Limited, constrained by bounds, impermanent
of verbs; relating to forms of the verb that are limited in time by a tense and (usually) show agreement with number and person
{s} having limitations, having bounds; subject to limits or restrictions; can be counted (Mathematics)
adj (of a type) having a finite number of elements {"The type specifier (integer 0 5) denotes a finite type, but the type specifiers integer and (integer 0) do not "}
Not infinite Finite has an end
Having definable limits; circumscribed or restricted, measurable first ionization potential (fip) - A measure of the energy required to remove the outermost electron from an atom
Something that is finite has a definite fixed size or extent. Only a finite number of situations can arise The fossil fuels are finite resources. infinite
a form of a verb that can occur as the head of a sentence In Sam wants to leave, wants is finite, leave is non-finite
bounded or limited in magnitude or spatial or temporal extent of verbs; relating to forms of the verb that are limited in time by a tense and (usually) show agreement with number and person
A finite clause is a clause based on a verb group which indicates tense, such as `went', `is waiting', or `will be found', rather than on an infinitive or a participle. Compare non-finite
Having determinable limits; having a limited height or boundary; neither infinite nor infinitesimal; measurable
not infinite The above segment is finite It does not extend forever in any direction
Limited; having a beginning and ending in spacetime
Finite (fì´nìt´) adjective 1 Having a limit; limited in quantity, degree, or capacity; bounded; -- opposed to infinite; as, finite number; finite existence; a finite being; a finite mind; finite duration
bounded or limited in magnitude or spatial or temporal extent
Having a limit; limited in quantity, degree, or capacity; bounded; opposed to infinite; as, finite number; finite existence; a finite being; a finite mind; finite duration
finite capacity planning
Used to describe planning for manufacturing facilities where the capacity of the machine or work centres is included in the planning of materials and labour. Infinite capacity planning does not consider work centre capacity
finite difference
A difference between the value of a function evaluated at a number, and the value of the same function evaluated at a different number, a fixed distance from the first
finite element
Any of a finite number of discrete elements of a system, interconnected at discrete nodes, used to model a physical system
finite generator
A sequence generator which has a finite description of the internal generator state
finite verb
A verb inflected for person and tense that can stand on its own as a complete sentence
finite verbs
plural form of finite verb
having a basis consisting of a finite number of elements
finite difference
Any of a sequence of differences obtained by incrementing successively the dependent variable of a function by a fixed amount especially : any of such differences obtained from a polynomial function using successive integral values of its dependent variable
finite field
In abstract algebra, a finite field or Galois field (so named in honor of Évariste Galois) is a field that contains only finitely many elements. Finite fields are important in number theory, algebraic geometry, Galois theory, cryptography, and coding theory. The finite fields are completely known
finite capacity planning
(Ticaret) Capacity planning systems that stay within defined capacity limits when loading proposed production schedules against resources. Finite systems rearrange the initial dates for planned and open production orders by moving them forward or backward in time as far as needed in order not to exceed the available capacity. Infinite capacity planning systems leave orders on the existing dates and merely show whether the load on a resource is over or under its defined capacity, without recommending changes
finite scheduling
(Ticaret) Creating production schedules that automatically take resource availability into account. Schedule dates are moved forward or backward in time as far as necessary to stay within prescribed capacity, and some systems also contain rules to move orders for certain products to approved alternate facilities when the initial resource is full. Finite scheduling systems normally do not ensure that material plans are automatically revised in conjunction with production rescheduling
non-finite verb
A verb form that lacks a subject, is not inflected by tense, aspect, mood, number, gender or person and cannot serve as a predicate
σ-finite measure
That it is expressible as a countable union of sets of finite measure
{a} within certain bounds or limits
In a finite manner or degree
In a finite manner
in a finite manner, in a limited manner (Mathematics)
with a finite limit; "there are finitely many solutions to this problem"
with a finite limit; "there are finitely many solutions to this problem
infinite: of verbs; having neither person nor number nor mood (as a participle or gerund or infinitive); "infinite verb form"
non-finite in AM usually use, and in BRIT sometimes use nonfinite A non-finite clause is a clause which is based on an infinitive or a participle and has no tense. Compare finite. a non-finite verb does not show a particular tense or subject, and is either the infinitive or the participle form of the verb, for example 'go' in the sentence 'Do you want to go home?'   finite